We were doing our beach walk when I saw this coconut inside the backyard of one of the houses there and I asked my husband to take a picture of it.... with me lol..
It's been a while since we last visited Sugarcreek. We used to go there almost every weekend just so we can drive around and see other ...
i love trees that are easy to climb :-) in fairness cute ang fence ng shanty. para ka lang nag luluksong tinik when u get in or out.ReplyDelete
farmville is for fun lang. (",) you have a facebook account?
anyway, going to follow u on twitter.
oh my gosh...is there really...wow! that is amazing...it melts my heart when I see a house like this...it makes me feel appreciative of what I have. Thanks for sharing sis...sexy naman ng model sa bent coco...lol!ReplyDelete
nice hahaha...unique talaga ng coconut tree na yan ha..ReplyDelete
despite the weather disturbances , survive pa rin ang tree nad the house...
Nakakamiss naman beach sa atin watching you tsang with that coconut tree. Bongga beauty mo diyan mommy rose, lumabas kaputian ng legs hehehee. yan ang maganda sa atin kahit nipa hut lang tirahan masaya na dahil daming kaibigan at kapitbahay malalapitan. thanks for sharing this amazing pics tsang.ReplyDelete
What a queer looking coconut tree. It's really rare to have a tree shaped like that. Pity the residence of that pitiable hut. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.ReplyDelete
Rose,those opps are from blogvertise :-).ReplyDelete
glad to hear you guys had fun mall walking this weekend :-).
that was a nice coconut tree house, Rose. Thanks for sharing the pix.ReplyDelete
alam mo Mommy Rose nasubukan ko na matulog sa loob ng bahay na ganyan..before when I was little sa farm namin..a little bit scary kasi parang konting hangin madadala na bahay mo but it is very cool inside..ReplyDelete
ako i prefer evap lang tas maraming sugar hehe ;)ReplyDelete
Make or Break
Hello Rose or should i call chubskulit..ehheh.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the comments and for the visit.
I remember in my hometown, i saw some houses with nipa roof. It looks fantastic but i know that they're poor.
I have only seen a few coconut trees in my life. You make me want to explore the world. Thank you for sharing your adventures with me. I don't feel as if I'm missing out as much.ReplyDelete
Momi rose, kumusta kana. Nangungumusta lang po heheh... ang ganda ng poise natin jan sa nyogan ah! Ang beauty panalo. enjoy na enjoy ah! nyways, dumaan lang....ReplyDelete
yummy...nice for fruit salad :)ReplyDelete
Ganyan na ganyan ang bahay ng Lolo at Lola ko sa Samar kaya lang medyo malaki at medyo strong ang pagkakagawa dahil madalas and storm dun sa kanila.Ang ganda ng model ng bent coconut ha!!^_^ReplyDelete
I'm back,Ate Rose!!Aalis uli kami mamaya kasi may event sa school ni Wakaba.Taking my time to visit my blogging friends hangga't may time pa!^_^
wow ganda...sexy din yong naka tuntong sa coco tree..heheReplyDelete
hahahahhaha natawa ako sa comment mo tsang, instead of gold mahukay baka pot of tae waaaa mga parang ma bakla ako sayo nito tsang. but if gold mahukay ko tsang 50/50 ang hatian sayo yung pot akin yung gold heheheheReplyDelete
uwi muna ako bukid ko tsang kasi start ako bukas maghukay, baka sa paghuhukay ko makarating ako diyan sa china or korea lol.
ang sarap siguro magkaroon ng puno ng niyog na ganyan, wala ng gaanong hirap par kumuha ng bunga.ReplyDelete
i miss walking along the seashore Rose.ganda ng pose mo hehe.ReplyDelete
Well, living like that houses has nothing to be ashame for, because we know that they are working hard but hanggang ganyan lang talaga ang makaya eh wala tayong magawa kundi magpasalamat pa rin sa God na may natirhan at hindi naging palaboy laboy sa daan.
The important is the good heart, mabait,makadiyos. Aanhin yong malaking mansyon mo tapos swapang at ang yabang ng tao diba?parang naangkin na ang buong mundo.
I still thankful to God of everything we have.
simplicity is the key to a happy lifeReplyDelete
Balik ang bakla dito tsang just to say tenk you sa mga bisita at commentos hehehehe. Swerti talaga tayo nakahanap tayo ng lalaki na nakakaintindo sa kulturang pinoy na kahit kasing tanda pa ni kupong kupong tumutulong pa rin sa pamilya. Kahit nakatapos na kami tsang ang hirap pa rin ng buhay, minsan nauubusan pera mga magulang ko kasi parang dalaga at binata kung gumasta.ReplyDelete
Bayot/baklita ka talaga tsang natataw ako sa mga comments mo, hey congrats ang dali mo matutu mag bisaya. hehehehe.
Okay translation session tayo bayot ha lol. Bayot means bakla. Sus tsang matatawa ka kapag alam mo ibig sabihin ng mga names namin
Kiyos means thin or something like a ballon that is running our of air.
lagum means a big flies, have you noticed the color its kinda the dark.while titing means small.
Bakang means bowleg, even if my sisters leg isnt that bow, we just call her that name kasi parang paa ng tikling waaaaaa.
Tangkag means having big ears like a rabbit.
while Pandat is just from the word inday who love bread or pan. hehehehe okidok, nakalimutan ko na naman magdala ng kandila, tsang uwi nku madilim pa naman ang daan from korea to the jungle in pittsburgh. I hope napapatawa kita sa mga kalungkutan mo iha. hala sya ciao!!!! hugs and kisses sa mga chubkulit mo.
nakaka miss ang PI how I wish na makauwi nman kmi next year:))ReplyDelete
it makes me thankful and grateful of what I have now, kakaawa naman nakatira diyanReplyDelete